John F. Kennedy's Assassination (HSCA)

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12:30 PM Dallas Texas Nov 22. 1964. Bang, pop, a gun was discharged, and the crowd abruptly scatters. “I looked over towards the arcade and trees and saw a puff of smoke come from the trees and I heard three more shots after the first shot but that was the only puff of smoke I saw”. John F Kennedy was rushed to local hospital, and was treated by Parklands Hospital Trauma personnel team. Although President Kennedy was pronounced dead at 1:00 pm the official announcement would not come for another half hour. John F Kennedy assassination has always been accompanied by conspiracy stories and even though it was all over in a few seconds this event generated 5 decades of “Painstaking for some unsatisfied analysis” (Daily Mail Author). To this date…show more content…
Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr. The committee came to the conclusion that the assassination of JFK was likely a conspiracy. Two weeks before when the HSCA was due to publish their report, they had believed the Warren Commission's conclusion that Oswald was the lone assassin. However, a police outrider traveling with Kennedy's motorcade had left the microphone of his two-way radio switched on. The recording was sent off to an acoustics lab. By separating and amplifying the background noises the lab was able to determine the direction of sound waves in Dealy Plaza during the shooting. They concluded that two rifles could be heard firing four shots. One of the shots came from a direction to the front and to the right of the motorcade. They concluded there was a 95% chance there was a shooter at the grassy knoll. With all these theories and abstract ideologies a great number of questions arise, these answers will remain unknown until the U.S. government unclassified the documents. Until then this will remain one of the biggest secrets in the United States History. “When I go home, I think there is more to it then Lee Harvey

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